Apple revealed a much-needed upgrade to the MacBook Pro line-up in 2021.
Revamped 14in and 16in models use the M1 Pro and M1 Max chips, delivering big performance and power efficiency improvements compared to earlier Intel-based model (and even the M1). Both devices got a redesign, with plenty of ports and even a notch.
Given how long it’s been since both devices launched, it’s no surprise to see regular discounts. Here’s where to find the best deals in the US and UK.
Best MacBook Pro 14in and 16in (2021) deals
As usual, there are plenty of retailers to choose from if you’re interested in buying either. Here’s the full selection we recommend:
Apple – 14in and 16inAmazon – 14in and 16inBest Buy – 14in and 16inB&H Photo Video – 14in and 16inWalmart – 14in and 16in
Apple – 14in and 16inininnnAmazon – 14in and 16inAO – 14in and 16inArgos – 14in and 16inLaptops Direct – 14in and 16inCurrys – 14in and 16inJohn Lewis – 14in and 16inKRCS – 14in and 16inVery – 14in and 16in
It’s been a while since they launched, but buying the MacBook Pro 14in and 16in new is still probably your best option. Refurbished sites such as MusicMagpie and Hoxton Macs aren’t yet stocking the devices. However, you may also want to consider used devices or resale sites such as eBay.
Best MacBook Pro 14in (2021) prices right now
This article is regularly updated, but the widgets below provide the very latest information, regardless of when you’re reading this. Here are the cheapest prices for the 14in MacBook Pro with M1 Pro:
Best MacBook Pro 16in (2021) prices right now
If you’re looking for the 16in M1 Pro model, check out the following:
As you can see, discounts on the latest MacBook Pros are relatively few and far between. If you are looking for a bargain on Apple laptops, consider the
13in M1 MacBook Pro or
M1 MacBook Air instead.
How much did the new MacBook Pro 14in and 16in cost at launch?
At launch in October 2021, here’s how much Apple (and many other retailers) were selling the 14in and 16in MacBook Pros for:
Here’s a lis
MacBook Pro 14 (M1 Pro 8-core CPU, 14-core GPU, 16GB memory, 512GB storage) – £1,899 / $1,999MacBook Pro 14 (M1 Pro 10-core CPU, 16-core GPU, 16GB memory, 1TB storage) – £2,399 / $2,499MacBook Pro 16 (M1 Pro 10-core CPU, 16-core GPU, 16GB memory, 512GB storage) – £2,399 / $2,499MacBook Pro 16 (M1 Pro 10-core CPU, 16-core GPU, 16GB memory, 1TB storage) – £2,599 / $2,699MacBook Pro 16 (M1 Max 10-core CPU, 32-core GPU, 32GB memory, 1TB storage) – £3,299 / $3,499
Should I buy refurbished?
For the biggest discounts on the 14in and 16in MacBook Pros, you’ll have to go refurbished. Some might see this as another word for ‘second hand’, but in reality many of these devices have barely been used at all.
Remember, if a product has been used for demonstration purposes or returned as an unwanted gift, retailers must classify them as ‘refurbished’ despite looking and performing just like new. It’s true that there are situations where a fault has been fixed, so it’s worth checking the description for any device you’re considering buying.
If you’re looking for a cheap MacBook Pro, the first place to look is the Apple Refurbished Store. But the likes of MusicMagpie and Hoxton Macs are great alternatives.
See more in our guide to refurbished tech.
If you’d prefer to find out more before buying, we have a separate full guide to the 2021 MacBook Pro 14in and 16in models.